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Jewellery Making in Bali

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81 reviews
Just the place itself would make worth choosing that particular silver workshop amongst the many in Sidemen. Located across the Yellow jungle Bridge you’ll not doubt have fun crossing, it gives easy access to the river banks for an exhilarating dip in the rapids. The family of Made, all silver craftsmen (and women!) makes it a personal and welcoming experience. The men show you how to work the tools, while the women help you choose a design and ibu makes sure your handcrafted rings and bangles are perfectly polished before you leave. 7gr of silver are included in the workshop price, extra grams (for bangles for instance) are 20k Rp. each. Suitable for kids too!
Valerie A.
This was a perfect gettaway trip and experience in Sidemen. We got a lot of information, did most of it ourselves and had the most beautiful results. Thank you very much 🤩
Fieke Peleman
This was fantastic value for money and a great experience!
Emma

Helpful Questions

What materials are commonly used in jewellery making in Bali?
In Bali, jewellery makers often use materials such as silver, gold, gemstones, pearls, and coral for their creations. These materials are locally sourced and handcrafted to create unique and intricate designs.
What are the popular techniques used in jewellery making in Bali?
Jewellery makers in Bali utilize various traditional techniques such as filigree, granulation, and repoussé. These techniques involve intricate wirework, delicate patterns, and detailed metalwork, showcasing the artisans' exceptional skills and craftsmanship.
Are there any specific symbols or motifs commonly found in Balinese jewellery?
Balinese jewellery is often adorned with symbolic motifs like the Barong (mythical lion), Om (sacred sound of the universe), or lotus flower. These symbols represent different aspects of Balinese culture, spirituality, and protection, making the jewellery not just ornamental but also culturally significant.
Where can one find authentic jewellery made in Bali?
To find authentic jewellery made in Bali, it is advisable to visit local artisan workshops, traditional markets, or reputable jewellery stores in popular tourist areas such as Ubud or Seminyak. These places offer a wide selection of handcrafted Balinese jewellery, ensuring its authenticity and supporting the local artisans.
Can tourists participate in jewellery making workshops in Bali?
Yes, many jewellery studios in Bali offer workshops and classes for tourists interested in learning the art of jewellery making. These workshops provide hands-on experience, teaching participants various techniques like silver-smithing, gemstone setting, and beadwork. It is a great way to create your own unique piece and appreciate the craftsmanship involved.
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